1932 Studebaker President

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EngineIn-line 8, 337 cubic-inches, 122 HP
Body StyleFour Seasons Roadster
Exterior ColorTwo-tone Tan
Interior ColorTan

The Studebaker President Eight was in production from 1927 to 1942 and represents Studebaker’s highpoint as a builder of motorcars. The 1929-33 Presidents, such as the beautiful one here, are Classic Car Club of America Full Classics. The President bodies have a timeless symmetry and cleanliness of line, with a color band at the beltline and crowned and beaded fenders. Despite the impressive styling and excellent performance, Presidents were not expensive cars. As the 1930s progressed, the Studebaker Presidents became more streamlined and culminated in the stunning art deco designs of the Raymond Loewy Studio starting in 1938. This President is a Four Seasons Roadster and represents one of the most desirable and beautiful Studebakers ever made. The 1932 Four Seasons Roadster is a very rare model with only nine known examples surviving.

The wheelbase is 135 inches. Weighs 4,200 lbs.

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